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The third issue of Mellow Yellow, a zine made by Asians in Aotearoa (New Zealand) covering thoughts on Islam, gender, colonialism, racism, re-visiting China, feminism in the West, anarchy and te Tiriti (Treaty of Waitangi), banana trees and bamboo.
The first issue of Mellow Yellow, published 2005 in Aotearoa (New Zealand).
From the 'little intro':
"this zine is a zine about grannies, stuff and things, rantings, musings, oppression, colonisation, migration, collaboration, assimilation, identity, race, gender
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Anti-Queer Assimilation Flier From Wingnut Anarchist Collective in Richmond, Virginia.
Not Gay as in Happy, but Queer as in Fuck You. Assimilation is Defeat.
Image and some text on 1st page, text on 2nd.
"I think it’s important to destroy “big” notions like woman, homosexual…
Things are never that simple. When they’re reduced to
black-white, male-female categories, there’s an ulterior motive, a binary-reductionist operation meant to subjugate them. For example, you cannot qualify a love univocally. Love in Proust is never specifically homosexual. It always has a shizoid, paranoid component, a becoming-plant, a becoming-woman, a becoming-music."
"We can no longer allow others to repress our fucking, control our shit, our
saliva, our energies, all in conformity with the prescription of the law and its
carefully-defined little transgressions. We want to see frigid, imprisoned, mortified
bodies explode to bits, even if capitalism continues to demand that they be
kept in check at the expense of our living bodies."
"Ultimately, we see the events of this year’s Camp Trans as yet another failure of identity politics and its correlative form, the Community. In the events of this year’s Camp Trans, we once again see community used as an apparatus used to recuperate the potentiality of radical struggle."
not yr cister press
Open and Closed Families
by Colin Ward
Love relationships, jeolosy, rejection and liberation
by Adam Bregman
Trans Law and Politics on a Neoliberal Landscape by Dean Spade read more »
A written interview with lesbian political prisoners Laura Whitehorn, Linda Evens and Susan Rosenberg
By Queers United In Support of Political Prisoners (QUISP)1991
This is the sixth issue of Pink and Black Attack, an anti-assimilationist queer anarchist periodical.
http://zinelibrary.info/files/PABA6.pdf (14.4 mb)
Anne Fausto-Sterling's intersex essays "The Five Sexes" & "The Five Sexes, Revisited" in one convenient pamphlet, w/ a pronouns/queer vocab primer.
This zine began with a conversation about how much misogyny goes unchecked around us and resulted in this compilation of folks' experiences with misogyny in different queer contexts.
Making Discrimination Easier!
A simple. step-by-step guide to derailing awkward conversations by dismissing and trivialising your opposition’s perspective and experience. Just some of the many issues you can apply it to:
*sexism* *whorephobia* *racism* *transphobia* *classism* *homophobia* *albeism* *kinkphobia* *fatphobia*
guaranteed, you can use it to marginalise anyone!
***this is the correct version!!!***
DON'T LET THEM GET THE MOUNT HOPE INFINITY! read more »
In 1977 they made shotguns in prison and did patrols. They were willing to die to stop prison rape.
"I'll tell you what, we were some tough faggots." Ed Mead, Men Against Sexism organizer 1997